Buying a Spider, Should I worry about the brakes?
I only started driving a little over a year ago and being as I'm in my early 30's I went for a sensible 1.9 GT, love it but as it was my first car I knew I had a risk of bumps and scrapes as I got my road legs. She's done me a good 20K but has also done over 180K total now and I've done so much work to it and it needs more, I figured the amount I'm spending may as well get a car with fewer miles and hopefully fewer niggles and wear to fix!
I took a lovely 939 Spider out for a test drive
yesterday and all was well except for a couple of times like approaching a roundabout pressing the brakes didn't seem to do too much, Even when depressing the pedal almost to the floor. I figured it probably needs new pads or flushing through or something, that is until I read Hunters saga. It's a 57 plate 2.4 with 56K on the clock and in stunning condition with fsh, could it just be in need of a brake service or could it be the Brake master cylinder problem?
The place I'm getting it from will provide a warranty and said they'd do a full check and new mot valet, all the usual, should I or shouldn't I??